Kabaka Ndala Alphonsine is a United Methodist missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries assigned as coordinator of women's activities and training for the United Methodist Church in Tanzania and director of the United Methodist preschool in Dar es Salaam.
"My function," she says, "is to proclaim Christ to the world while striving for God's reign of grace, peace, and justice." Her work includes Christian education and health education, especially concerning HIV/AIDS.
Kabaka and her husband, the Rev. Mutwale Ntambo Wa Mushidi, also a missionary, have been in Tanzania since 1992. Over the years, Kabaka has assisted refugees and worked closely with her husband in evangelization, church planting, and caring for the developing church community.
The church in Tanzania has become firmly rooted since it began through mission outreach by the North Katanga Annual Conference in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Kabaka is from North Katanga and has seen United Methodism in Tanzania flourish and move toward annual conference status. Rev. Wa Mushidi, an ordained elder in North Katanga Annual Conference, is the legal representative of the North Katanga bishop in Tanzania and district superintendent in Dar Es Salaam.
The couple has four daughters: Muloko Ntambo, born in 1982; Malale Ngoy, 1984; Mukalay, 1989; and Wilma Ndala, 2002: and two sons: Kita, born in 1987; and Mwenze, 1993.
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